CFMNH Campus Facilities

The Center for Massage & Natural Health is located in the heart of Downtown Asheville, North Carolina. Our Massage School and Continuing Education Center consists of a beautiful learning environment, filled with natural light from the extra large south-facing windows and reflected by our pristine white walls.

We provide all necessary equipment for our program, including Oakworks® massage tables and adjustable face cradles in our classroom, as well as our Therapy Center, where students complete the clinical practicum portion of our program. Massage School & Continuing Education Classroom Admissions & Administrative Offices and Retail Spa Shop Massage Therapy Center  


This property was completely renovated in June, 2014 especially for us. With custom woodwork, warm carpeting for floor work, and plenty of windows with southern exposure and plenty of natural light, it is where all our classes all take place. Our Massage School classroom consists of approximately 1300 SF of open space, 3 bathrooms and changing stalls and custom made wooden cubbies to store your personal items.

The historic and eclectic street in which our entire campus is located on is called Eagle Street. It is 1 block south of Pack Square in the heart of the city. The sidewalks are brick and the trees stand majestically along the entire street. 1300 SF with many south-facing windows Custom crafted storage cubbies 3 Bathrooms Changing Stalls New carpeting & Paint Fully furnished   


Our 1380 SF Massage Therapy Center & Student Clinic consists of several well appointed and private treatment rooms, a lovely reception area, a warm professional environment and a student lounge.  

Our lovely Massage Therapy Center has all private, warmly lit treatment rooms, wonderfully heated massage tables and plenty of ambiance. Here you will be able to make your appointments for Student and/or Professional massage therapy treatments. Massage Therapy Center Suite Newly renovated in the Spring of 2022. It is home to 6 private treatment rooms, heated massage tables, student/supervisor room, storage room and lovely reception and retail Area.  


Renovated in June 2014, Our Administrative Suite totals 1840 SF, and is beautifully furnished with LIVING ART and themes from around the world. This is where our dedicated staff spend their days assisting our students from their initial admissions process all the way through graduation and then with our Alumni Services, including Job Placement Services. 
Our warm welcoming reception area includes wonderful massage products and equipment in our Spa Shop, where you will find many of the supplies you will need as you continue through our program. We sell only the best Oakworks® massage tables and chairs and many books and other supplies. 

This is also where you will find our Student Library, complete with computer access. We also have a wonderful Green space just outside for picnics, student breaks or just a little fresh air and sunshine.  

Asheville, North Carolina

ASHEVILLE, NC Asheville has been recognized for its splendors by dozens of magazines, web sites and publications in recent years. Accolades range from the designation by Frommer’s as one of a dozen top travel destinations in the world to recognition for the Asheville area arts community, outdoor adventures, cuisine, organic and vegetarian eats, and much more. (from exploreasheville.com’s Asheville Accolades and Media Praise).
Asheville again raises to the top of AmericanStyle magazine’s Top 25 Small City Arts Destinations, narrowly beating Santa Fe in the annual readers’ poll (May 2011).

Fodors.com names Asheville as one of the “21 Places We’re Going in 2011,” highlighting the city’s food and drink scene and its artsy vibe. (January 2011).

TripAdvisor.com named Asheville the #1 place to view fall foliage in 2010 (September 2010).
The eclectic and historic street on which our entire Massage School campus is located is called Eagle Street. It is one block south of Pack Square and the Vance Monument in the heart of the city. The sidewalks are bricked and the trees stand majestically all along this historic street. Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this culturally diverse city has a progressive alternative health care community as well as pristine hiking and mountain biking trails, white water rafting, ski resorts, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Appalachian Trail, and the famous Biltmore Estate.  

Our city attracts a diverse population from many cultures. From local musicians to internationally-renowned performers, there is always an exciting event just around the corner. Summer offers dozens of free outdoor concerts and festivals including Bele Chere, where the entire city closes its streets to traffic and comes together for food, music, arts and crafts, and a strong sense of community.